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Kenneth "Kenny" Sinclair is the main antagonist of the 2000 video game Die Hard Trilogy 2: Viva Las Vegas. His role is not revealed until the end of the game.
He was voiced by the late Deem Bristow.
Kenny Sinclair was a cop in the NYPD. He was John McClane's friend and partner. Kenny decided to quit the NYPD and moved to Las Vegas. He got a job at the Mesa Grande Prison which is located just outside of the neon city. Eventually, he became the warden.
Kenny invites John McClane to a party in honor of his new position. The owner of the Roaring 20's Casino, Reese Hoffman, and his secretary Elena Goshkin also attend the party. They talk with John about the prison's most dangerous inmate known as Victor Rashenko. Meanwhile, Victor manages to escape during the celebration and he releases the other criminals from their cells. This prompts McClane to battle the escaped inmates and save the party goers. Some of the inmates manage to escape. McClane begins a mission of stopping Victor and the other criminals. He tracks the criminals to a desert warehouse and manages to kill all of them including Victor.
During the mission, McClane discovers that Reese and Elena are responsible for the jailbreak. McClane confronts Elena at the Hoover Dam. He shoots her off the top of the damn and she lands to her doom. He travels to the Roaring 20's Casino and confronts Reese in an office. As Reese dies, he tells McClane that the real mastermind is on to the top floor. McClane goes to the top floor of the casino and finds Kenny waiting, so Kenny admits his involvement and explains that he was going to help Reese take over Las Vegas. McClane engages in a shootout against his former friend. Kenny ends at the mercy of McClane's gun in front of a broken window. He attempts to grab a gun from a desk, but McClane shoots him until he stumbles out of the window. Kenny dies when his body lands on top of a car parked below.